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    Default Woven wraps recommendations

    What's the best brand/type of woven wrap? Where's the best place to buy them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbleK View Post
    What's the best brand/type of woven wrap? Where's the best place to buy them?

    Im not sure on the best but i have a Dark Rainbow Girasol (size 6) I got it from Tinoki online. I also bought a Keshet off there too. My rainbow is awesome there is a baby wearing buy swap sell page on faceook.

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    I have a Didymos waves for my hot climate and although I'm not a very experienced wrapper, I like it. I have had other wrappers comment on how 'cushy' it is. I LURVE the Kinomi Oscha especially, but I had a play with an Oscha for a few weeks and I didn't like it to wrap with (being a beginner at the time meant it wasn't very forgiving and apparently Didys are better for newbies?).

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    I loved my BBSlen when I was starting out (still love it now). It's wide, which makes it easier to get a good seat, and not too thick.

    I bought it from Tinoki.

    You can buy second hand wraps from the Facebook group, from the baby carriers downunder google group or from the Kanga Collective forum

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    Sorry I haven't replied earlier!! Thank you for all your responses! I just bought an Oscha and I have my eye on a Didymous one.

    Now to wash it and use it! Can't wait!


 

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